Design Piet Hein, 1931
Peit Hein's starting point for the design of the RA lamp was functionality.
Piet Hein discovered a space geometric phenomenon, which is a way of providing as much regular light as possible without dazzle. He used this invention to design the RA lamp which had great success since presented in 1933.
More than 75 years later it could hardly be more modern in its shape and with its impressive harmonic and virtually anti-dazzle light.
The RA lamp is manufactured using the highest quality components and material. The two shades system can be chosen in mouth blown opal glass, chrome-plated metal, lacquered or not.
The stylish designed lamp, also available as a pendant or floor lamp, in different sizes, makes it an essentiel addition in any contemporary interior.
Ø 415 mm x H 530 mm, Ø base 219 mm
Other dimensions: Ø 250 mm x H 336 mm, Ø base 149 mm (40 W).
E27 max. 60W
Mouth blown opal glass, Chrome-plated metal, White or Black lacquered metal.
2 meter black cord with power switch.
Max 7600 gr